The end is here, something we all wanted but were scared to face. Yes, after being emotionally attached to characters of this amazing Harry Potter movie series, what will be the movie industry. The characters of this series have become immortal now. With the release of the final version of Harry Potter movie the sequel ends now. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 released this week and set the screen on fire. This is the final epic battle between the boy who survived and evil Lord Voldemort.
Distributor Warner Bros. say that, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2″ took in $43.6 million in 26 countries outside the United States on its first day Wednesday. Studio executives said Thursday the franchise finale had the biggest opening day ever in several countries, including Australia with $7.5 million, Italy with $4.6 million and Sweden with $2.1 million. In France, the studio said “Deathly Hallows: Part 2″ had the biggest Wednesday opening ever at $7.1 million.
The story of the final episode of Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) movie starts from where we were left in the earlier part Ron and Harry are busy finding the “Horcruxes” magical objects which contain the souls of Lord Voldemort. These objects contain the trapped soul of Voldemort, he did it so as to life an eternal life. But as you saw earlier, with help from then alive Dumbledore and Harry’s friends Harry manages to find some pieces of the puzzle. But the clues seem to end when Dumbledore dies. As Harry and his friends are finding horcruxes they are stuck on the last one. Friends of Harry and those who are against Voldemort assemble at the School of Hogwarts, it is there that Harry comes to know that the last horcruxes lies somewhere in the castle.
There are some superb set-piece scenes – and now the plot has so much more zing, these scenes have a power that comparable moments in earlier movies did not have. When Harry, Ron and Hermione insinuate themselves into Gringotts Bank to steal the sword of Gryffindor, the effect is bizarre, surreal and macabre: drawing on the influence of Lewis Carroll and Terry Gilliam. It is a great moment when Severus Snape, played with magnificently adenoidal disdain by Alan Rickman, is attacked by Voldemort’s snake Nagini, and we witness this only from behind a frosted glass screen – a nice touch from director David Yates. London-dwelling Potter fans will, as before, be intrigued to see how the ornate St Pancras railway station is used to represent King’s Cross, from where the Hogwarts train traditionally departs. Millions of tourists are undoubtedly convinced that this building is, in fact, King’s Cross. It may be forced simply to change its name.
There are some love scenes to drift the viewers from menace of war. Touching kiss scenes from Harry, Ginny and Ron, Hermione will enduce the female audience. In the midst of the battle, Neville declares that he is going to find Luna (Evanna Lynch) for a snog: “I’m mad about her! About time I told her, since we’re both probably going to be dead by dawn!” But these love stories are always subordinate to the all-important battle between good and evil.
The movie is filled with action magics you might have never seen before in Harry Potter movies as Harry emerges victorious. I think this is the end of the series, may be just may be the author might be tempted to write additional books on Harry may be Harry will come again to fight someother villain if so we will wait here. Enjoy Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 and share you experience here.